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Woof Wear Ice Therapy Boot w Gel Packs Black

Woof Wear Ice Therapy Boot w Gel Packs Black
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Woof Wear Ice Therapy Boots are used as a form of cold therapy for your horse. Cold Therapy... more
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Woof Wear Ice Therapy Boots are used as a form of cold therapy for your horse. Cold Therapy is often used to reduce inflammation, by decreasing the blood flow to a strained area, thus slows metabolism of the tissue surrounding the strained area, helping minimising any further damage and, as a result, speed healing. 

The Ice Therapy Boot is a resourceful boot that enables both hot and cold therapy to aid recovery after periods of stress and as a complementary treatment for leg injuries. Heat therapy is often used to also treat a trauma to tissues or joints, heat being a form of energy increases the metabolic rates of cell activity rather than decreases like cold water. Heat therapy dilated capillaries, and as a result, oxygen and nutrients within the blood are brought to the area much faster.  

Constructed from 7mm closed cell neoprene featuring three touch & close fastenings for a refined fit, the elasticated mesh pockets safely contain hot & cold therapy packs (available separately) as well as ice. These boots are a useful addition to the kit bag at home and away.

Features

  • 7mm closed cell neoprene. 
  • Wide, high-density Touch & Close straps.
  • Elasticated mesh pockets allow safe containment of ice and therapy packs. 
  • Large landing pad allows maximum strap adjustment ensuring a secure fit.
  • Packs are equine specific and remain flexible, even when frozen.
  • They can be heated up or cooled down, dependent on the type of injury being treated and are fully reusable. 
  • Sold in pairs with 4 x Hot & Cold Therapy packs included (2 per boot).

 

Application Guide: 

For cold use – Haematomas, sprains, injuries, high temperature and whenever cold application is required. 

Cold water 

1. Place pack in a bucket of cold water.

 2. Remove and place pack in mesh liner of the boot and apply. 

Freezer 

1. Store in a freezer for at least 1h30 – 2hrs before use. The gel is designed to be frozen in a domestic freezer which is generally set at -3°C. 

2. Insert into the boot and apply to affected area – straight from freezer. The pack will remain ice cold for approximately 30 minutes, depending on nature of injury and outside temperature. 

For warm use – Stiffness, rheumatism and whenever hot application is required. 

Hot water 

1. Place pack in boiling water for no more than 5 minutes.

 2. Remove and insert pack into the boot and apply.

 Microwave 

1. Place pack in the microwave for a maximum of 1 minute at 600 watts.

 2. Insert into the boot and apply. 

Caution! – When pack is at the desired temperature, never apply directly to the skin. If discomfort is shown remove for a few moments then re-apply. Do not break the bag or use if torn or punctured. External use only.

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Woof Wear

In 1981, Louise Woof pioneered the 'Woof Boot' - the first brushing boot to be made from neoprene. This was a major innovation compared with the traditional leather boots at the time as it meant that horses could be protected with boots that were light, durable and easy to care for. For more than thirty years now Woof Wear has been at the forefront of equestrian protection and their products are being valued equally by leisure riders, professionals and even the Police Forces across the UK. Not least they are very proud to be the producer of the UK's best selling general-purpose brushing boot!

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